Update Adobe Reader from 9.0 to 9.2.0 or 9.4.1 using SCCM

Posted on 2011-10-28
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
What adobe update package and switches do I use in SCCM to update Adobe Reader 9.0 to version 9.2 to all users on the network. I currently have a package advertised that is installing version 9, but I need the update to 9.2 to happen subsequently. We do NOT want to go to version 10(X). Please assist. Thank you.
Question by:Noah_Williams35
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Not sure exactley how SCCM broadcasts out but the package we have built in a batch file is this:
msiexec.exe /i AcroRead.msi /passive TRANSFORMS=AcroRead.mst
echo Installing Adobe Reader Update 9.4.2
msiexec /P AdbeRdrUpd942_all_incr.msp /qn
echo installing Adobe Reader Update 9.4.3
msiexec /P AdbeRdrUpd943_all_incr.msp /qn
echo installing Adobe Reader Update 9.4.4
msiexec /P AdbeRdrUpd944_all_incr.msp /qn
echo installing Adobe Reader Update 9.4.5
msiexec /P AdbeRdrUpd945_all_incr.msp /qn

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